The 1985 Australian Manufacturers' Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for car manufacturers. It was the 15th manufacturers title to be awarded by CAMS and the 6th to carry the Australian Manufacturers' Championship name. All championship rounds were open to cars complying with Australian Touring Car regulations, which were based on FIA Group A rules.
1985 Australian Manufacturers' Championship Wikipedia
The championship was contested concurrently with the 1985 Australian Endurance Championship over a five-round series with one race per round.Round 1, Better Brakes 300, Amaroo Park, New South Wales, 4 August
Round 2, Pepsi 250, Oran Park, New South Wales, 18 August
Round 3, Castrol 500, Sandown, Victoria, 15 September
Round 4, James Hardie 1000, Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst, New South Wales, 6 October
Round 5, Motorcraft 300, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, 27 October
Cars were grouped into three engine classes based on engine capacity:Up to 2000cc
2001 to 3000cc
3001 to 6000cc
Championship points were awarded on a multi scale system for outright places gained at each round:Scale A was applied to cars in the Up to 2000cc class
Scale B was applied to cars in the 2001 to 3000cc class
Scale C was applied to cars in the 3001 to 6000cc class
Points were awarded only for the highest scoring car from each manufacturer at each round.
Note: Only the top ten championship placing are shown in the above table.